Summer slowdowns and breaking everyone in gently

Every year, our church has a summer slowdown. We call it a slowdown but, in truth, it often ends up being one of the busiest

Did Twitter reap what it sowed in Nigeria?

You may have read that Nigeria have suspended access to Twitter. You can read more about it here. The move followed Twitter’s decision to suspend

Adding laws to protect free speech is more likely to damage it

I was reading this article in The Times (paywall) by Danny Finkelstein. In it, he addresses the government’s plans to introduce a law to protect

The subject may change, but the principle remains the same in yet another question of freedom

A school chaplain was reported to the government prevent programme, and subsequently made redundant, because of a sermon in which he stated that children did

On religious liberty

I saw the following quote from Michael Haykin on Facebook recently. I think it is an interesting historical comment on religious liberty and speaks to

As if on cue, a former judge questions the wisdom of aligning hate speech laws to the views of particular campaign groups

Stories, or types of story, tend to come in little flurries. I have written a lot on this blog about free speech and the rights

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